Who is this website for?
Are you a little scared of the internet? But wonder if you are missing out by not being online? And have lots of questions that you feel a bit silly to ask? Are you worried about online safety or don’t know where to start?
If you agree with any of the above, then this website was created with you in mind. This website is aims to promote the positive impact getting online can have on your life. The internet can help you keep in touch with friends and familiy, while providing hours of entertainment on platforms like Facebook and YouTube,. And there are so many more uses for the internet, including doing your shopping, attending Doctors appointments, and staying up to date on the latest issues.
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The Go Digital Highland website was created to provide first time internet users with use tips and guides on how to get the best out of the internet.
How to Guides (Go to this page)
This page contains useful 'How To' guides that you can download and keep. The guides cover well known online platforms and video conferencing guides, including Facebook, YouTube, Teams, Zoom, NearMe and NHS Inform.
Staying Safe Online (Go to this page)
While we're really eager to promote the benefits of the internet, it is also important to be aware of the potential dangers that exist online. Watch the animation on this page to find out more about what you can do to protect yourself.
Practice Area (Go to this page)
Do you need to sharpen some basic skills before taking on the rest of the internet? We've produced some exercises for you to practice on.
Useful Resources (Go to this page)
There have been so many great resources produced by other organisations, including the Living Well Digitally stakeholders, that we've dedicated a page on the site to store them. You will find links to some fantastic online resources aimed at first time internet users, produced by The Libertie Project , Age UK, The Good Things Foundation and more.
The Go Digital Highland website is part of MySelf-Management LivingWell Digitally project. The project is supported by stakeholders including Third Sector Organisations and NHS Highland. The Living Well Digitally project is funded by the Health and Social Care Alliance Scotland (alliance-scotland.org.uk).
(To find out more about the organisation, click on the logo)
Get in touch
If you have any suggestions for topics to cover on the site, or any other feedback, email info@myself-management.